Dr Laura

August 13, 2010 by Post Team 

Dr Laura, (CNN) – Talk radio host Dr. Laura Schlessinger has issued an apology for saying the N-word repeatedly during a conversation on the air with a call this week.

“I speak every day doing something right. And yesterday, I did things wrong,” Schlesinger said in his radio program Wednesday.

“I was trying to make a philosophical point, and articulated by the N-word all the way – more than once. And that was not true. I’ll say it again – I was wrong.”

Schlessinger, referring to a call that has on its agenda Tuesday from an African-American woman who said she was married to a white man was tired of her husband who allows your family and friends to say things that they considered racist.

Schlessinger asked the woman to give him some examples and then said he thought the woman gave examples that were not racist.

The woman then asked about the use of the N-word.

Schlessinger said “black kids use it all the time. Turn on HBO, listen to a black comic, and all you hear is n — n —-”. —-, n

After the host happened to use the word at least three times during the call.

Schlessinger and the caller began discussions back and forth toward the end of the call, the caller and said he was upset that the driver of the program had used the word.

Schlessinger suggested that the caller was hypersensitive.

“If you are hypersensitive to the color and have a sense of humor, do not marry outside their race,” said talk show host.

The Rev. Al Sharpton regretted the incident during an interview with “AC 360″ on Thursday.

“It’s despicable,” said Sharpton’s comment about Schlessinger on the caller marry outside their race.

“She said the word over and over again, and in a very lively, indeed, but in reality, if you listen to the logic of what he was saying was that the N-word was offensive.”

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